Watch: Noah Guy - SMALL TALK CAROLINA (ft. The Spirit of New Orleans Gospel Choir)

Watch: Noah Guy - SMALL TALK CAROLINA (ft. The Spirit of New Orleans Gospel Choir)

The US-based blues-influenced-pop artist unveils his latest soul-infused single with accompanying video.

From the United States comes the bluesy pop sounds of Noah Guy. Making his debut in 2019 with a couple singles, he’s gone on to make two EP’s SUMDAY and IS IT REAL? released over the past two years respectively, gearing up to his upcoming project WHO’S TAKEN TIME ?! (out November 11th) with the new single SMALL TALK CAROLINA (ft. The Spirit of New Orleans Gospel Choir).

Introduced with the warm plucks of an acoustic guitar, Noah’s voice enters the mix of SMALL TALK CAROLINA, stealing the show with its raw emotion filled presence. As heavy bass drum kicks and layers of guitars settle the track into a beautifully swayed groove, The Spirit of New Orleans Gospel Choir showcase their devine voices, adding some a very soulful depth to the releases overall sound. Following the narrative of Small talkin’ Carolina” the lyrics continue to detail she’s been knocked up, but it’s a free world for the ones who never had to put a fucking fight upwhich can’t help but feel like a reaction to the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade. 

 Accompanied by an artistically assembled and delightfully shot music video that is out now, featuring a very expressive Noah Guy representing the depth of his lyrics - be sure to get across this artist on the rise and SMALL TALK CAROLINA (ft. The Spirit of New Orleans Gospel Choir) below.

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